By Colin Henrys
Davies 32, Angus 38, 67
DIOR BLIMEY: Wrexham’s Dior Angus fires in their second
PICTURE: Alun Roberts
WREXHAM stole a march on managerless play-off rivals Bromley with a comfortable home win and Dean Keates was pleased to shake off the cobwebs ahead of a busy, and tricky run of fixtures.
The Reds had 11 days without a game before this match – the first of several against their play-off rivals.
But after a sluggish start, Jordan Davies’ first goal for the club and a Dior Angus double ensured Wrexham stormed to a home win.
And manager Keates admitted th...
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